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I usually just reply to people asking questions, but I thought I'd show some open-source tools that you could potentially use in your games: https://github.com/ldd/tech-tree-js (source) minimally display a tech tree (I did this a long time ago, and I don't really know if anybody would want me to continue working on it, but basically it lets you display a tech tree and store it fantasy map generator (source) another thing I've just started working on, which uses the code made by Martin O'Leary and attempts to quickly show the user fantasy maps. you can colour them too! yay! Anyways, those are somewhat interesting ideas that I had for games that I never really ended up using anyways... since they are MIT-licensed, I thought maybe somebody would be interested in using them and giving me feedback.
Time to have some fun. Post Screenshots of what you are working. Talk a little about the project if you want. It's a basic TD. And a sprites preview panel to adjust animations fps, hit box, pivot point etc.
Hi everyone, a couple of years ago a few friends and I started to work on an Indie game, a tower defense / RTS title for mobile. It was a long journey, and thankfully the game is nearing completion. Doing this title made us realize how difficult it was find all the skillsets we needed for the game. To complete a game, one needs programming, platform specific expertise, concept art, 3D modeling, animation, music/sound, and when the game was closer to completion, video editing skills and marketing know-how. The list just goes on and on. We certainly didn't have everyone we needed within our own network and finding others with the right skills was hard. So we created a site, to help solve that problem: http://teamstarter.net It's a completely free site, designed to help Indie devs connect with each other, and help staff up projects. You can search people by skillset, location, or projects by engine, genre, etc. You can staff up your own projects or join other existing ones. We created a video to explain the concept - hope you'll find this site useful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1w7gl7T0Wgw